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Mark Ripple on Handicapping the Wall Street Way
Q: Why will Handicapping the Wall Street Way improve a bettors skills?

"Because there is nothing like it out there which, if you understand my answer to question #2, you should know that you must not follow the crowd!"
Q: What are the most important lessons a reader can take away from your book?

"I just saw on television three people in this huge crowd get gored by bulls (the annual bull run in Pamplona, Spain). Lesson right there: Dont follow the crowd!"

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Mark Ripple Handicapper


Mark E. Ripple first became interested in racing when as a teenager his family moved to Saratoga Springs, New York. Though he initially only played harness races, he became increasingly interested in Thoroughbreds.

Ripple was recruited from college early to become a stockbroker and worked for such firms as Merrill Lynch and Prudential-Bache Securities. His experience as a stockbroker opened his eyes to a new way to approach handicapping and thus the seeds for Handicapping the Wall Street Way: Picking Xtra Winners at the Track were sewn.

Ripple, who has written articles (click links to read his Sprint Handicapping and following articles) for American Turf Monthly, Southern Gaming Magazine, The Horse Jockey and Canada's ZOOMER Magazine, continues to trade stocks when he is not studying the Daily Racing Form or visiting a North American race track.

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